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The Spring 2017 Fashion Trends You Need to Try

Though fall fashion trends tend to get all the hype, spring fashion is often what we get most excited about. There’s something about the burst of colour, florals (#groundbreaking) and skin that gets us during the cold, covered-up winter months. And though it may still be a bit too early to start shopping for our spring wardrobes, planning ahead never hurts.

Here are the spring 2017 fashion trends we’re most excited about. (Plus a shopping option for those of you who can’t wait to add these trends to your wardrobe!)

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Yellow

Chloe

Yellow is an intimidating shade and it’s notoriously difficult to wear. But, this season the runways did their best to prove those outdated ideas wrong. The sunshine-y hue was a standout for spring 2017, and not in a small accent or a touch of brightness—it was the main event at many shows. So, re-think whatever you thought you knew about yellow and get to lightening up.

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Though fall fashion trends tend to get all the hype, spring fashion is often what we get most excited about. There’s something about the burst of colour, florals (#groundbreaking) and skin that gets us during the cold, covered-up winter months. And though it may still be a bit too early to start shopping for our spring wardrobes, planning ahead never hurts.

Here are the spring 2017 fashion trends we’re most excited about. (Plus a shopping option for those of you who can’t wait to add these trends to your wardrobe!)

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Yellow

Chloe

Yellow is an intimidating shade and it’s notoriously difficult to wear. But, this season the runways did their best to prove those outdated ideas wrong. The sunshine-y hue was a standout for spring 2017, and not in a small accent or a touch of brightness—it was the main event at many shows. So, re-think whatever you thought you knew about yellow and get to lightening up.

Alexandra Donaldson donaldson.alexandra@gmail.com Author Alex is a freelance writer and editor based in Toronto. Although she recently took up yoga in an effort to be a healthy adult, she still binge-watches cartoons on the regular and dreams of running away to a cottage in the woods. She writes regularly about fashion, beauty and wellness and you can spot her byline at CanadianLiving.com and TheWhaleAndTheRose.com. Follow her on Snapchat: alxdonaldson 29Secrets

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Alexandra Donaldson

Alex is a freelance writer and editor based in Toronto. Although she recently took up yoga in an effort to be a healthy adult, she still binge-watches cartoons on the regular and dreams of running away to a cottage in the woods. She writes regularly about fashion, beauty and wellness and you can spot her byline at CanadianLiving.com and TheWhaleAndTheRose.com. Follow her on Snapchat: alxdonaldson

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